Lagos - Some officers of the Nigeria Immigration Service who were retired in 2007 have protested against the non-payment of their full entitlements, Punch reports.
The protesters lamented that their forced retirement from service and non-payment of their full entitlements were having a harsh economic effect on them.
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They accused a former Comptroller General of Immigration, Joseph Ude, of conniving with a former Director of Customs, Immigration and Prison Pension Office, Abdulrasheed Maina, to backdate their retirement from 2007 to 2006.
The group demanded the full payment of their retirement benefits, gratuity, eight years domestic allowance and six months retirement training allowance, among others.
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